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    • Katy Lin

      cute cake stands! (dollar store tart pans and candle sticks and spray paint)

    • Cristy Tucker

      cute cake stands! (dollar store tart pans and candle stix and spray paint) These would also make great display stands for my students, art work.

    • Lori R.

      Cake stands that look like they came from a boutique rather than Dollar Tree. (tart pans and spray paint made the difference)

    • Michelle Campbell

      Dynamic Cake Stands ~ Make dessert stands using dollar store tart pans and candle sticks - spray paint & voila! This would be great for parties or any kind of get together.

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